Pétrole, gaz et minerais, Minerais de conflitPress release
South Sudan’s leadership uses state-owned oil company Nilepet to funnel millions into brutal security services and ethnic militias
South Sudan’s state-owned oil company, the Nile Petroleum Corporation (Nilepet), has fallen under the direct control of President Salva Kiir and his inner circle, and is being used to funnel millions in oil revenues to the country’s brutal security services and ethnic militias
Pétrole, gaz et mineraisBlog post
Bad credit for South Sudan?
We saw a new warning signal from the moribund South Sudanese economy last week.
Pétrole, gaz et mineraisBriefing
South Sudan: the call for a moratorium on new oil contracts
Three years in, is South Sudan’s oil driving its crisis?
On the third anniversary of its independence, South Sudan looks like it is sliding into a dangerous cycle of oil-backed debt.
Our first report on the need for transparency in Sudan's oil industry
Pétrole, gaz et minerais
In South Sudan, the only thing oil really fuels is war
This is why the government must suspend the issuing of new oil contracts until peace is restored.
The world’s newest country is also one of Africa’s biggest oil producers. But despite all the hope, its oil revenue is not reaching those who need it most. Read more